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ONLINE TALK: 
MATHIEU ASSELIN & SERGIO VANLENZUELA ESCOBEDO
"AFTER MONSANTO : REFLECTING POSITIONS"

Mathieu and Sergio will through their talk be reflecting upon the (im)possibilities of working in protest and engagement in a research based photography projects. The talk will be held in conversation with Sunil Shah. 

Monday 25. May 2020
7pm - 8pm CET

Location : Zoom (sign up under to receive a link)
Free entry  

Read more about the Online Talk programme "Once Upon a Time... - an online program on protest and engagement in research based photography" here.

 

 

 

MATHIEU ASSELIN (FR / VEN)

Artist

Mathieu Asselin works and lives in Arles, France. He began his career working in film productions in Caracas, Venezuela, but shaped his photographic practice in the United States. His work consists mainly of long-term documentary research projects, such as his latest book ‘Monsanto: A Photographic Investigation’, which received international recognition by winning the Kassel PhotoBook Festival Dummy Award in 2016, the Aperture Foundation First Book Award in 2017, was selected for the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Award in 2018 and the Prix de l’Elysee 2018/2019. His work has recently been exhibited at venues including Les Rencontres d’Arles in France, the Photographer’s Gallery in London, the Fotomuseum Antwerp in Belgium, the Museum of Modern Art in Frankfurt and the European Parliament in Strasbourg. Mathieu Asselin holds a master’s degree from the École National Supérieure de la Photo in Arles, France

mathieuasselin.com

 

 

SERGIO VALENZUELA ESCOBEDO (CH)

Artist and curator

Sergio Valenzuela Escobedo is an independent artist and curator, currently completing his PhD at the National Photography School in Arles, France (ENSP). After one year at the National School of the Arts in Johannesburg, he graduated in Photography in Chile and completed his Masters of Fine Arts at the Villa Arson in 2014. Since 2005, he has been designing and curating exhibitions in Chile and Europe, including Mapuche at the Musée de l’Homme in Paris and Monsanto: a Photographic Investigation at Les Rencontres d’Arles. His photographic research is focused on the critical and historical understanding of the introduction of the photographic medium in South America; and the complex intersections of identities in ancient cultures. His work focuses on interdisciplinary theories that have shaped knowledge, techniques and beliefs, by which societies have re-configured the concepts of imagination, representation, embodiment, and identity.

valenzuelaescobedo.com